Alan Harris released a remix edit of Arbel Samsonov taken from various classic edits.
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Hell Yeah Son's latest edit sees Sox, Alan Harris, Alex Hallford, Jordan Thackeray and more ripping around The Deaner, Saffron Walden, Concrete Waves, and other great skateparks!
In this Issue:
A Leeds DIY spot profile featuring Blinky and Jordan Kaye shot by Paul Graham,
Limerick has Seoul: Limerick heads in Korea shot by John Finucane featuring Cian Eades, Jamie Fairbrother, Danny Shorrt and Luke Shortt alongside Daniel Hochman and Asher Stringer,
An interview with South Wales' Ben Morris shot by Alan Harris,
A gallery section featuring Jake Collins, Sam Pulley, Adam Gaucher, Ben Baldwin, Tom Murphy, David Conrads, Damian Sobota, Josh Rounding, Harry While, Shane Quinn, Cal Dawson and Josh Hastings. Photographers are; Tom Bailey, Tom Quigley, Tom Sparey, Mr Bookwood, Danny Parker, Kurb Junki and Owen Strachan,
and Tent Shitty, an article by Steve Bega documenting the Dude Club's avoidance of NASS Weekend, featuring Tibs, Dean Lawrence, David Ransom, Johnny Harrison, Craig Pollock, John, and Martin Stiffin.
This week's throwback is Alan Harris' excellent Arbel Samsonov clip from 2011. The Works Backside Tailslide at 1:30 is obviously a shocker, but the rest is rad too! See below the clip for the photo of that, did it in a couple of tries...
Arbel Samsonov | Backside Tailslide | Photo: Paul Graham
We arrived to a very busy skatepark, filling with all types of users, scooters, bmxers, random men with cameras and the general public. Alot of people decided to stick to the bowl because of this, apart from myself, and I soon felt the error of my ways as I collided with a number of users before calling it a day and sticking to shooting photos.
Welsh Alan was ripping the bowl from as soon as he arrived, easily doing these back smiths in the deep.
Avid, still recovering from injury, gave the bowl a bodyjar in a Wisdom hoody.
Bruce wisely took a chilled out approach to getting used to the park, leading up to this smith as well as backside airs in the deep.
Doug took the opposite approach and had only a couple of runs, but went full pelt, often ending a slams but he managed to get a few tricks, like this frontside Smith.
Duncan Philp had the longest grinds frontside and backside of the day.
Junior Adjei warmed up to a larger tranny than Hyde park, getting this frontside rock and roll to the loudest cheer of the day
Sam Pulley seemed to do all of his tricks in one or two runs
Sam Mason was ripping the whole park, including this Tailblock in the deepend
Finally, the impossible to predict Sox was in attendance, and I managed to shoot two of the most predictable tricks he did all day.
Apologies again Sox for colliding with you...